Our tuo-cha or bird's nest come in handy 5 gm size - convenient for a cup or a gaiwan. Over multiple steeps this pu-erh tea yields flavors that are earthy with sweet notes of cacao and raisins. There is no bitterness.
Shou or ripe pu-erh tea is made by "wet piling" method which results in a cup that is dark with deep flavors that are richly earthy and sweet. Often times people switching from coffee to tea enjoy the deep notes of shu pu-erh.
More details about this tea from our blog.
Start with a quick rise. 30 secs first steep. 10 secs second steep. Add 10-15 secs to subsequent steeps.
For cup: Steep for 2 mins. Resteep 3 mins, 4 mins.
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As a customer saddened by the temporary closure of Happy Earth’s storefront due to COVID-19, I purchased the loose leaf camomile tea and Bulang shan shou puerh online and broke out a dusty gaiwan I had kept in my closet for years. Both teas were such sweet and relaxing treats during my time in the depths of quarantine. Thank you Happy Earth! I can’t wait to drink tea at your place once this is over.
I not only love this Pu-Erh tea but I also enjoy all other teas I have purchased from Happy Earth. The delivery of this tea was the best, a lovely hand written note on my receipt with thanks and hope of health. I could never not support people with such heart and talent!